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Command line Execution

Analog.SStudioScripting.IScripted is contained in a .NET assembly, BaseLib.dll, installed in the SigmaStudio folder.
The SigmaStudio application has the capability to run a script from command line. A step-by-step procedure is given below.

1. Open a windows command prompt and change the directory to location of SigmaStudio application “SStudio.exe”.
2. Ensure that there is no other active SigmaStudio application running in the PC.
3. Execute the command “SStudio.exe \script-file Script-file-Name-With-Full-Path”.
SStudio.exe - Command for opening the SigmaStudio application
\script-file - Command for running the SigmaStudio script
Script-file-Name-With-Full-Path - Contains the complete path to the SigmaStudio script
Example : “C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\SigmaStudio 4.7\SStudio.exe” \script-file “C:\Analog Devices\Sample.sss”

resources/tools-software/sigmastudio/usingsigmastudio/scripting/command_line.txt · Last modified: 10 Jul 2023 14:05 by Chiranjeevi Palle